If you8217;re looking for the best gaming monitor for your PC or PS5, there8217;s a new name in town: Inzone. It8217;s Sony8217;s new gaming hardware brand, and its first gaming monitor is seriously good.
The Inzone M9 is a 26-inch 4K gaming monitor with 144Hz refresh rate, full local dimming with DisplayHDR 600 certification, and 95% coverage of DCI-P3 colours. That should mean impressive HDR performance with deep blacks, bright whites and excellent colour reproduction.
PC and PS5 gaming is the priority here, so there8217;s a fast 1ms grey to grey response time and support for variable refresh rate in both Nvidia G-Sync and HDMI 2.1 formats. It supports the PS58217;s Auto Tone Mapping and will automatically switch to Game Mode or Cinema Mode depending on what you8217;re doing on your PS5. It8217;s launching this summer and it8217;ll set you back £999.
The Inzone M3, which will launch later this year, is even faster than the M9. Like its sibling it8217;s also a 27-inch gaming monitor, but it8217;s going for sheer performance over pixels: it can run at up to 240Hz in Full HD. Once again there8217;s a 1ms GtG response time, VRR support for both HDMI 2.1 and G-Sync and DisplayHDR certification, although this time the certification is DisplayHDR 400 and colour support is 99% sRGB with 1.07 billion colours.
The new Inzone gaming monitors are designed to be part of a whole gaming hardware ecosystem, and they8217;re launching alongside high-end spatial audio gaming headphones. The brand promises a focus on 8220;extraordinary performance8221;, so it8217;ll be interesting to compare them with Sony8217;s own gaming products such as the Pulse 3D wireless headset and the best gaming headsets from third parties.